December 25, 2020

N. Valley Stream Murder Victim Identified

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Joshua Geddes has been accused of second-degree murder for the alleged shooting death of a man in Valley Stream Monday.Nassau County police Wednesday identified the victim of a fatal shooting in North Valley Stream as 21-year-old Benjamin Palemon.Police found the North Valley Stream man lying on the sidewalk on Charles Street at 5:57 p.m. on Monday with a gunshot wound after a 911 caller reported possibly hearing gun shots, police said. Palemon was pronounced dead at a nearby hospital at 6:40 p.m., police said.A second victim, a 22-year-old man who has yet to be identified, was shot in the abdomen and was listed in guarded condition.A police spokeswoman said his condition hasn’t changed.A Queens Village man, 23-year-old Joshua Geddes, was arrested about an hour after the alleged shooting and charged with second-degree murder and violation of parole. He was not charged in the shooting of the second victim.Geddes was held without bail during his initial court appearance. A second appearance is scheduled for Thursday.Police have not said what sparked the shooting.The investigation is ongoing, police said.last_img read more

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Cardiff-Bristol City: All-change on Severnside after last season’s derbies cost two managers their jobs | Football News

first_imgLee Johnson led Bristol City to an eighth-place finish last seasonImage:Lee Johnson was sacked by Bristol City after a 1-0 defeat at Cardiff earlier this year – Advertisement – Transitioning from assistant to boss can be a tricky task but Holden appears to have handled the task well. “For me, the only change is I now make the big calls,” he says. Cardiff manager Neil WarnockImage:Neil Warnock left Cardiff after a 1-0 defeat to Bristol City last season Bristol City's Marley Watkins (left) in action with Cardiff's Marlon PackImage:Bristol City’s Marley Watkins (left) in action with Cardiff’s Marlon Pack – Advertisement – “There’s so much more to come from us as well and that starts tomorrow evening.”Dean Holden is the man who succeeded Johnson, meanwhile, appearing to be preferred over high-profile candidates interviewed such as Chris Hughton – and many doubters were silenced after a terrific start in the dugout.They ultimately finished 12th and have won five of their opening 10 games this season, keeping touch with the leading pack in seventh.- Advertisement – His players have taken to him. Callum O’Dowda has called Holden an “exceptional” head coach and commented that, while their relationship has not changed, the way the team plays has. And they will need that without the fans this weekend.“(The way we play) it has been a big transformation at this club,” he says. “If there were fans it would be an advantage. It’s a strange one, weird times, uncertain times but in a way we’ve got to create our own atmosphere.”Holden, meanwhile, sees the positive side and the ability for the team to “literally help out supporters get through the weekend”.“It’s as simple as that,” he said. “We know what it means to the wider community. Our job is to go out and put smiles on faces and let’s hope we can do that.” Rewind 12 months and the world looked very different – especially for the two Championship teams either side of the Severn Estuary.Cardiff and Bristol City both had different managers in Neil Warnock and Lee Johnson and were chasing a place in the top-six after mixed starts to the campaign – but the two Severnside derbies would ultimately cost both of them their jobs.- Advertisement – Neil Harris is now in charge at Cardiff and steered them into the play-offs, losing in the semi-finals to another local rival in Swansea City, and he admitted having to work “extremely hard at tidying up” when he arrived.“It’s been a little bit crazy at times. On the whole it’s been enjoyable and a learning curve but times flown,” he said ahead of the clash with Bristol City live on Sky Sports on Friday night. It is almost one year to the day since Warnock left after a 1-0 home defeat to Bristol City and it was the same result in the reverse fixture, eight months later and in the midst of a global pandemic, that saw Johnson sacked by the Robins.last_img read more

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Charlie Nicholas predicts Man Utd v Arsenal result and other Premier League scores

first_imgCharlie Nicholas predicts Man Utd v Arsenal result and other Premier League scores Metro Sport ReporterFriday 27 Sep 2019 12:00 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link945Shares Charlie Nicholas’ Premier League predictions Sheffield United 1-3 LiverpoolCrystal Palace 1-0 NorwichAston Villa 1-1 BurnleyChelsea 3-1 BrightonBournemouth 2-2 West HamSpurs 2-0 SouthamptonWolves 1-0 WatfordEverton 1-3 Man CityLeicester 2-0 NewcastleMan Utd 1-2 Arsenal Advertisement Charlie Nicholas gave his predictions (Picture: Getty Images)Charlie Nicholas is backing Arsenal to leave Old Trafford with three points on Monday night, while he believes Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City will all pick up three points.Manchester United welcome Nicholas’ former club Arsenal up north in the clear game of the weekend – a match Nicholas believes will be decided by the Gunners’ dangerous attacking trio.‘Man United will try to dominate the midfield with aggression, with Scott McTominay and Paul Pogba,’ he told Sky Sports. ‘[Pierre-Emerick] Aubameyang and [Nicolas] Pepe had chances against Liverpool at Anfield and if they get these chances against Man United I think they will take them.AdvertisementAdvertisement‘It will make life easier for Arsenal’s defence with Man United’s depleted frontline.’ADVERTISEMENTLiverpool travel to newly-promoted Sheffield United in the Saturday lunchtime kick-off and Nicholas believes the table toppers will continue their charge towards a first Premier League title.center_img Advertisement Comment ‘Sheffield United will be in their face and try to pin them back, but they need to worry about Roberto Firmino, and then the pace and skill of Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah,’ he added. ‘Liverpool will gradually grind the game down.’He believes Chelsea will beat Brighton 3-1, with striker Tammy Abraham’s pace a crucial factor, while Spurs will get a much-needed win against Southampton despite Mauricio Pochettino’s recent struggles.‘There are lots of negatives around Tottenham but they will win here,’ he said of the 3pm Saturday kick-off. ‘I never thought they would be around Manchester City or Liverpool but I expect them to fight for the top four.’More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityManchester City are expected to be Liverpool’s closest rivals for the title and Nicholas expects them to keep the heat up on Jurgen Klopp’s men by beating their struggling Merseyside rivals Everton at Goodison Park.‘City will keep the ball and pick Everton off when they attack,’ Nicholas said. ‘Kevin De Bruyne, Bernardo Silva, Sergio Aguero and Gabriel Jesus are all scoring. They recovered pretty well from embarrassment at Norwich.’More: Manchester United FCRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseEx-Man Utd coach blasts Ed Woodward for two key transfer errorsWho will win at Old Trafford?Manchester United0%Arsenal0%Share your resultsShare your resultsTweet your resultslast_img read more

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Wind Fast Approaching EU Power Source Top Spot

first_imgWind energy is set to overtake coal, nuclear and gas to become the EU’s largest power source well before 2030 according to the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) 2018 World Energy Outlook, but additional efforts are needed if the entire energy system is to be decarbonised, WindEurope said.According to the IEA’s projections, wind energy will become the EU’s largest power source in 2027, much sooner than projected in the IEA’s 2017 World Energy Outlook, where the agency said this would happen “soon after 2030”.According to the IEA, wind electricity generation in the EU will more than triple to 1,100 TWh by 2040.“This is a resounding vote of confidence in the further expansion of wind power in Europe. We’ve long been saying that more wind makes economic sense, as we’re the cheapest form of new power. It’s great that the IEA now sees wind being the no. 1 source of electricity in Europe in less than ten years. That’ll mean new wind farms and modernisation of existing ones, all of which will bring jobs, growth and revenues to local communities,” WindEurope CEO Giles Dickson said.Dickson, however, warned that electricity is only 24% of Europe’s energy and large amounts of wind and other renewables would need to be added into heating, transport, and industrial processes in order to decarbonise the entire energy system.”It’s technically do-able and affordable. It just needs the right policies to drive investments in e.g. electric vehicles, heat pumps and electric boilers in district heating systems. The National Energy and Climate Plans for 2030 that EU Member States are now preparing are a great opportunity to push these policies,” Dickson said.NOTE: The original article was edited on Tuesday, 13:00 CET.last_img read more

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Babayaro, Agali, Aiyegbeni committed ‘abominable iniquity’ during AFCON 2004 –…

first_imgFormer Super Eagles head coach, Christian Chukwu, has again shed more light on why the Super Eagles trio of Celestine Babayaro, Victor Agali, and Yakubu Aiyegbeni were sent home from camp during the AFCON 2004 in Tunisia. According to the former Green Eagles skipper,  the players broke camp rules by inviting women into their hotel rooms. Nigeria had some of the tournament’s most talented stars in Austin Okocha, Nwankwo Kanu and John Utaka, and the 1980 continental champions were looking to repeat the glorious feat of 1994 in that same country. But the team was stunned in their opening group match, losing 1-0 to Morocco side inspired by the exciting Youssef Hadji. South Africa were the Super Eagles’ next foes, and with preparations in top gear at their Monastir base, news filtered out of a crisis in the Nigerian camp. When the dust settled, then Chelsea defender Babayaro, Portsmouth striker Yakubu and Schalke’s Agali were all asked to leave the team camp in Tunisia. Speaking to Brila FM  Chukwu confirmed that the players were guilty of inviting women into the team’s hotel. Loading… Promoted Content5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made10 Gorgeous Asian Actresses No Man Can Resist10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterPortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D GraffitiBest Car Manufacturers In The WorldThis Guy Photoshopped Himself Into Celeb Pics And It’s HystericalTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimeEverything You Need To Know About Asteroid Armageddon7 Train Stations In The World You Wish To Stay At Longer10 Bollywood Celeb Weight Loss Transformations That Will Stun Youcenter_img “We got a report from the security people of the hotel who confirmed they (Agali, Aiyegbeni, Babayaro) came in with women into the hotel,” 1980 AFCON winning captain said. read also:CHRISTIAN CHUKWU: I say after God, it’s Otedola in my life “The three of them didn’t deny it, and it got their teammates really angry. “First thing is discipline, and if that decision was not taken what kind of message are you trying to send? And that’s why Osaze (Odemwingie) came up and proved himself.” Despite losing three big stars, the Super Eagles managed to beat both South Africa and the Benin Republic to advance past the group stages. Nigeria then defeated Cameroon in the quarter-finals only to lose on penalties to eventual winners Tunisia at the semifinals. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

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Chase blank Sir Leon Lessons; Morgan overcome Masters

first_imgA GOLIATH clash between Chase Academic Foundation and Morgan Learning Centre has been set up for the final of this year’s Petra-organised Milo-sponsored Schools U-18 football tournament at the Ministry of Education ground.Following Wednesday evening’s semi-finals at the same venue, both teams had vast paths to their spot and only time will tell who the winner of the tournament will be.Chase, playing the feature game against Sir Leon Lessons, were on the attack from the get-go, with several enterprising runs that were kept out by the keeper.They used their speed and tenacity to keep the ball in the Leon half for most of the first half, going strike and coming up empty-handed.The best chance of the half came after Job Caesar latched on to a through ball when he was rushing into the half but before the shot could be taken, he was brought down in the box by a questionable tackle.Nonetheless, the Chase side continued to press on and looked the more likely to score, even when the half ended with the game scoreless.But Leon’s defensive wall begun to show cracks and all it took in the second half was Caesar cutting in from the right side of the field to finally seal the goal and put the Chase side ahead in the 67th minute much to the pleasure of their fans who flocked the ground.Leon seemed to now gradually dispose of their defensive mind and waded into the Chase half, their closest effort of the game pushed off target by the diving hands of the goalkeeper.However, it was all over just before the whistle as Caesar made it 2-0 in the 90+1 sending Chase fans into jubilation and Leon’s fans sulking home.In the earlier game, Morgan Learning Centre overcame Masters Academy 2-1 thanks to Daniel Floyd (18th) and Chris Macey (49th).Mario Eastman’s 80th minute goal was the only scored for Masters and they will be ruing the referee’s decision to disallow a goal in the 85th due to a handball infringementThe final and third-place playoff is set for Sunday, April 9, at the same venue from 17:00hrs where the winners will take home $500 000 to go towards a school project and the championship trophy.Second-, third- and fourth-placed teams will collect $300 000, $200, 00 and $100 000 respectively for a project of the school’s choice.The tournament is sponsored by the Ministry of Public Health under the Theme ‘Stop the Violence’.last_img read more

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CBA’s Occhino to bowl in state tournament

first_imgAs if a first-ever league championship was not special enough for the Christian Brothers Academy girls bowling team, its top performer is headed to next month’s New York State Public High School Athletic Association tournament at Strike-N-Spare Lanes.Elaina Occhino earned that honor by holding the highest average score of any individual in the Onondaga High School League in 2019-20.Occhino, along with Utica Proctor’s Kaitlynn Conte (Tri-Valley), Auburn’s Kaylee Hodson (SCAC) and Sherburne-Earlville’s Olivia Fehlner (Center State Conference), earned automatic berths on the Section III All-Star squad. Two more girls bowlers would join them in the March 14 state tournament as a result of their efforts in the Section III Shootout, held last Thursday at Rome’s King Pin Lanes.East Syracuse Minoa star America Carhart opened with games of 211 and 223. Had she kept that pace, Carhart may have made it, but she shot 163 in the third game, followed by 193, 194 and 189 in the last three games.Still, Carhart’s 1,174 put her in sixth place in the field of 38, while it took a 1,350 from Fulton’s Alexis Ingersoll and a 1,305 from Liverpool’s Ashley Hardy to advance. Fayetteville-Manlius bowler Shelby Miner finished 16th with a six-game aggregate of 1,022 that included games of 190 and 193. CBA’s Cadence Malicek posted an 887, ahead of the 844 from teammate Rachel Farella.In the boys sectional Shootout, two area bowlers finished next to each other in the standings.And it was F-M’s Kevin Winschel, helped by a 241 in the fifth game, that finished 19th overall at 1,179, one spot ahead of ESM’s Chris Bayly, who started with a 215 but never matched that game on his way to 1,169.Another Spartans bowler, Tyler Tallarico, was 24th with a 1,149 series, opening with a 234 as F-M’s Adam Koss had a 1,063 series and Bishop Grimes’ Matt Rogers got a 992 series.It was Cicero-North Syracuse’s Tyler Dottolo (1,410 series) and Fulton’s Mitch Donaldson (1,395) holding off Homer’s Rich Lambrecht (1,391) for the two state tournament berths, joining league champions Eric Carson (Oswego), Nick Henshaw (Homer), Trent Beattie (Whitesboro) and Shane Hecker (Waterville).Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story center_img Tags: Bishop GrimesbowlingCBAESMF-Mlast_img read more

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No. 1 USC seeks to continue strong play

first_imgAfter a freshman campaign in which driver Nikola Vavic led USC with 49 goals, it was natural to heap lofty expectations on the sophomore. Thus far, the sophomore has tallied 25 goals with only three regular season games remaining and eight games in total if USC should advance to the NCAA finals as it did a year ago.Though Vavic has not found the back of the net as frequently as he did last season, he is beginning to heat up on the score sheet, too, burying eight goals in his last two games.Lethal · Sophomore driver Nikola Vavic has notched 25 goals this year and is one of many offensive weapons for USC’s balanced scoring atttack. – Chris Roman | Daily TrojanWith Vavic’s recent scoring surge bolstering the offense, the No. 1 USC men’s water polo team (17-2, 6-0) will look to extend its eight-game winning streak in two matches this weekend. On Friday at the McDonald’s Swim Stadium, the Trojans will host No. 13 Concordia (29-4) at 5 p.m. for its final regular season home game, hoping to close out an undefeated season at home. Saturday, USC will travel up north to face No. 7 Pacific (11-10, 1-4) in an MPSF matchup.“With Nikola, his goal is usually to pass first and that’s a good thing, but if you always look to pass first, you’re going to miss some good opportunities,” USC coach Jovan Vavic said. “It was good to see in these two games that he was taking shots, and we need him, as the season goes on, to score goals and be a top threat for us.”Collegiate water polo is notoriously top-heavy, with only a few upsets of top-five programs each season. Despite this reality, Jovan Vavic insists Concordia — a team USC beat 15-7 last season in its first ever match — is underrated and could challenge USC provided the Trojans are not focused.“Concordia has three good outside shooters and one strong two-meter man,” Jovan Vavic said. “Concordia beat Santa Barbara at Santa Barbara, and they only lost to Pacific by one goal. So Concordia is one of those teams that can surprise you.”The marquee match-up of the weekend, however, remains the game against Pacific. The Tigers are 1-4 in MPSF play following a gut-wrenching 13-12 overtime loss to powerhouse No. 1 UCLA and a 9-8 upset win over No. 5 Santa Barbara.“[Pacific and Concordia] are both very similar,” Nikola Vavic said. “Both teams have quite a few European players who are good shooters. Pacific has big strong two-meter men.”Sophomore attacker Balazs Erdelyi and senior attacker Tom Koning pace Pacific with 45 and 42 goals, respectively. In the cage, Pacific goalie Alex Malkis posts an average of 9.9 saves per game.Ultimately, USC hopes it continues to peak at the right time, especially in advance of the upcoming titanic match with UCLA.“It seems to me that every game we’re doing something better than in the game before,” Jovan Vavic said. “Overall, we are clicking at the right time.”last_img read more

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Syracuse leans on experience to excel in 5-set matches

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 22, 2015 at 10:20 am Contact Chris: cplucey@syr.edu Syracuse hitter Monika Salkute took two long strides and left her feet as setter Gosia Wlaszczuk set a pass on the right side of the net. Salkute whipped her arm through the kill, driving home a narrow Syracuse victory in the fifth set of its matchup with Virginia on Sunday.The fifth set has not been unfamiliar territory for the Orange this season — Sunday’s win was its second five-set win in the last three games. SU has found success in its matchups that have gone the distance, winning all four of its five-set matches.Proficiency in the fifth set has been the difference for Syracuse thus far in the season after the Orange lost every five-set match it played last season. SU (15-4, 6-2 Atlantic Coast) knows it can lean back on prior success if its match with No. 17 Florida State (15-4, 8-0) on Friday at 7 p.m. in the Women’s Building goes the distance.“Losing a match in five sets is a disaster,” Wlaszczuk said after edging Virginia Tech 3-2 on Oct. 11. “To come so close and to be on the court for two hours and then let it go is heartbreaking.”Wlaszczuk and fellow senior hitters Nico Seratorre, Silvi Uattara and Monika Salkute factored in on 12 of the 16 points the Orange needed to take the fifth set against the Cavaliers. Head coach Leonid Yelin credited the experience and intensity of his front line and setter as the crucial edge that the Orange possesses late in games.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“Volleyball is a game of ups and downs, upperclassmen have more experience and can sustain focus much longer,” Yelin said. “They know what they have to do on the court and they do it, it’s game-changing right away.”Syracuse out-killed the Cavaliers 9-8 in the fifth set on 25 attempts. Wlaszczuk tallied six assists during the fifth, and freshman hitter Santita Ebangwese said that her consistency in the setter role is crucial going down the stretch in games.“It helps me to know that she’s consistent. When I call for the ball I know that its gonna be there and its gonna be a good set that I can put away and make good decisions (with).”The Orange’s ability to win five-set matches comes as no surprise to Wlaszczuk, who hasn’t noticed her team succumb to the fatigue of drawn out matches.“There is no tired, both teams are tired but we’re trying to kill points and dig. There is no excuse as being tired.” Commentslast_img read more

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Mueller’s mettle shining through in final season

first_imgA 13-game winning streak over the past two weeks has drastically altered the outlook for the Wisconsin softball team.The Badgers’ record has blown up, going from the .500 mark to nearly twice as many wins as losses (30-15, 12-5 Big Ten) and bumped UW up to fourth place in the conference, which pushes them into the top third.While the entire team has been putting a tremendous effort forward, according to head coach Yvette Healy, one player’s name in particular has been decorating the stat sheets for UW, the Big Ten conference, and even on a national level.And to think that four years ago she wasn’t even sure she’d be able to play the game at all.Third baseman Michelle Mueller didn’t step foot onto the softball diamond her senior year of high school. But even though a torn ACL had the La Crosse native bench-ridden for the entire season, she still managed to be named to the all-conference first team twice, earn the Division I State Player of the Year award and set multiple team records in single-season runs, hits, doubles, home runs and RBIs that have yet to be broken.Mueller’s impressive numbers led her to be recruiting her junior year of high school, which is why she was still able to come to Wisconsin in the fall of 2010.But that was the same year Healy received the head coach position, worrying Mueller that the coaching switch might leave her name off the roster.“I was nervous,” Mueller remembers of arriving at UW. “I hadn’t played softball for a year and a half, and I was unsure of myself as a player.”Healy remembers this time period as well, and her first thoughts of the injured freshman.“We knew she was super athletic,” Healy recalled. “Right away she jumps off the page as a kid who could run, who could hit, who could field. But she didn’t hit for power quite as much.”It’s hard to imagine that the powerhouse who just became the first Badger to be named Louisville Slugger/NFCA Division I National Player of the Week and USA Softball National Player of the Week wasn’t the home run hitter back then that she has become.But when looking back on her stat sheet, the then-first baseman’s main contributions to her team were mainly through hitting singles and stealing bases. Her first home run didn’t come until her sophomore year.“I was known as a kid who hit all singles,” Mueller said. “In high school I never really had to battle to get in the lineup, but then I came here and had to really work for it. I did whatever I could to get in the lineup.”That experience of having to earn a spot and make a name for herself from the start is one that stuck with her, as she became known over the next four years for an incredible work ethic.“She’s someone who’s really made herself into a great player,” Healy said. “As a coach, you’re usually most proud of students who overachieve, and go father than anyone thought they could. When you have someone who maximizes their talent and gets better every year and works really hard for it like Michelle did, its really fun.  She inspires people on the team.”It’s not hard to see why Mueller would inspire people. After battling through her knee injury, spending extra hours in the gym and watching endless film, the senior is currently batting .353; leading the team in home runs with her 10 round trippers, one of which was her first career grand slam; and has 45 RBIs. She is also second in hits with 42, in doubles with 9 and total bases with 81, proving she’s anything but a kid who hits all singles.As if accumulating these numbers throughout the season wouldn’t be enough, Mueller had a highlight-reel-worthy week against North Dakota April 9 and Illinois April 11 and 12 when she batted .600 in the two series, hitting a pair of doubles, four home runs. She also brought in a whopping 18 total RBIs and scored 5 runs herself, which is what earned her the pair of national titles.“I remember thinking, ‘Finally the hard work has paid off,’” Mueller said of hearing she had received the two awards. “It’s heartwarming, but it’s such a shock. It’s unreal.”No softball player could ask for more as she prepares to bring her collegiate career to a close. But after everything — all the records, awards and titles — Mueller says what she most wants to be remembered for is just that she is a homegrown Wisconsin girl.“I play for every girl in Wisconsin who doesn’t believe she can make it this far,” Mueller said. “Any girl in the state of Wisconsin or in the Midwest can play. I want to be remembered as the girl started from the bottom and is now making an impact. I just want to inspire people. If me having the year that I’m having can get five more girls to try out for Wisconsin softball, just believing in themselves, it’s all that I want.”last_img read more

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